Welcome back to another week of the Oswestry Advertizer Camera Club and we would like to echo the words of our editor, Emily Lloyd, over on the Facebook page to say thank you for all you are doing.

We want you to stay safe while taking your pictures, especially if you are over the age of the 70 and therefore should be following the government’s advice on self-isolation.

Anyway, let’s crack on with this week, starting from left to right, as ever, with Mike Turner’s new life in Colemere, and new member Clare Ellis-Penrose’s ‘granny bonnet’ as some commented.

Kevin Richards’s dog Maisie has her ear antennae out for anyone who should be at home, while over the page, Andrew Moz’s social distance walk in Frankton.

Tracey’s Austin’s frosty garden is next and below that we have another isolate creature in Mary Morgan’s robin – it looks like its judging you.

We have another querying bird from David Walker’s back garden and next to that we have Julie Sheffield’s bee which needed a bit of rescuing with some sugared water.

John Barrett managed to get out for a walk to see the Montgomery Canal, while above that Neil Evans has been exploring Llanymynech limeworks.

We have Rosie Hindley’s chickens, who she says have been following her, while Nicola Jane Page showed her isolated trip out.

And then we have Wendy Clough Jones’s social distancing horses.